"I have created The Insider’s Guide to Tai Chi to provide you with foundational information to help you understand and evaluate the expanding body of material available about tai chi in the West." (BF) Topic: tai chi
Michael and Dr. Roger Jahnke come to you from Washington, D.C. Dr. Jahnke of Health Action , Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi , and the Healer Within Foundation . Dr. Jahnke focuses on the natural ability of human beings to recover. Dr. Jahnke believes that 70%-90% of medical diseases are preventable by actions individuals can take at home and lifestyle changes. Dr. Jahnke, a doctor of traditional Chinese Medicine, began his medical career along the traditional Western... Topic: Tai Chi
Tai Chi is an exercise that will facilitate you to relieve or manage neck, shoulder and back pain ill start it and it has stopped my pain in the first six months of doing it. Topics: tai chi exercise training, tai chi exercise
Tai Chi combines deep breathing and relaxation with slow and gentle movements. Check http://www.napleskarate.com/ right here to know more about tai chi classes. Topics: Naples Tai Chi, Tai Chi, Naples Self Defense
Ron Spencer has been suffering from cancer for years. He came to us in a lot of pain and suffering. Now at the age of 80 years, he is able to move around freely and live his life like a normal person. Listen to what he has to share about his experience. Topics: classic chinese qigong, Tai chi movements, tai chi for beginners, Tai chi Chinese medicine, Tai Chi...
1994 Port Huron Michigan, Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan) long form (108) by James Kaiser, personalized style. Kaiser was a student (1970-) of Phil Ho (Ho Yung Chang) originally from Indonesia, then Ann Arbor Michigan (Parke-Davis). Kaiser, a graduate of Eastern Michigan University, taught high school for 17 years. Kaiser also studied kempo and judo prior to his study of Tai Chi and Pa Qua. He also studied kinesiology and Laura Silva programs. He taught for Master Ho and later taught for himself in... Topics: Tai Chi, Taijiquan, James Kaiser
Ostrolenk speaks with Jim Turner (Chairman of Citizens for Health and President of Voice for Hope ) and Roger Jahnke (Doctor of Oriental Medicine and Director of Health Action ) on the state of health care. Ostrolenk notes that today’s policy conversations surround supporting or repealing Obamacare. Those conversations are about who should pay for medicine in America and who controls those decisions. As important as that conversation might be, another conversation needs to take place... Topics: Janke, Ostrolenk, Turner, Tai Chi, Quigong